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Ayesha Curry Was Seen Dancing Provocatively With The Finals MVP Trophy At The Warriors' After Party

Ayesha Curry Was Seen Dancing Provocatively With The Finals MVP Trophy At The Warriors' After Party

The Golden State Warriors were counted out by several people before the season started and even during their playoff run, but they proved all their doubters wrong by winning the NBA championship. During that time, there was a lot of trash talk happening between the Warriors and the teams they were playing, notably the Grizzlies and even during the Celtics series. 

At one point, a restaurant in Boston even took shots at Steph Curry's wife, Ayesha, claiming that she can't cook. So when the final buzzer sounded and the Warriors clinched victory over the Celtics in the Finals, Ayesha was among the people celebrating the hardest. And that seemingly carried on at the after-party, where Ayesha was spotted dancing provocatively with Steph's new Finals MVP trophy. 

One of the biggest knocks on Stephen Curry and something he and his family has likely often seen slander about is the fact that he had never won the Finals MVP before this season. With Kevin Durant claiming the trophy in 2017 and 2018, and Andre Iguodala the recipient in 2015, it was arguably the only achievement missing from Curry's impressive list of honors. 

Steph himself was emotional about it and he addressed the feeling of winning as well, but he was understandably also more focused on the team's success. His family doesn't have to take all of that into consideration, however, so, understandably, Ayesha was essentially flaunting the new silverware in the Curry household while celebrating her husband's success. 

There will be a lot of people that will try to throw shade at the Warriors and when next season starts, a lot of their current accomplishments will be water under the bridge, so it's good that the team and their families are talking the talk while they can. Ayesha and Steph have always been very supportive of one another, and they deserve to enjoy this achievement while they can.